Officers Juan Mercado and John Oliva of the Mission (Texas) Police Department spoke with A&E Real Crime about the challenges of being in law enforcement, their most memorable moments on the job and what they like to do for fun. (Hint: It involves Celine Dion.)
Angeline Hartmann of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and Live PD spoke with A&E Real Crime about the NCMEC's response to the Jayme Closs news, misconceptions about missing children cases and the single most valuable tool in being able to find missing kids.
A&E Real Crime spoke to the Richland County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff about some embarrassing moments on the job, the story behind his Twitter handle, what he's learned from other Live PD cops and his work on his department's Community Action Team.
Sgt. Sean "Sticks" Larkin from Live PD and Live PD Presents: PD Cam talks about the funniest things he's seen caught on camera, whether civilians can request footage from private businesses and the use of surveillance by the Tulsa police.
JC Ferguson, commander of communications training for Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services—which is featured on 'Nightwatch Nation'—speaks with A&E Real Crime about how 911 call takers and dispatchers handle the stress of responding to calls about violent crimes.